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Ilia Belorukov & Mikhail ErshovWozzeck - Act II

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The russian band Wozzeck is a duo consisting of Ilia Belorukov (on sax, electronics) and Mikhail Ershov (bass-guitar). They play experimental music with influences from noise, electroacoustic and improvised music. They released one album named Act I (in trio with drummer Pavel Mikheev), an EP with the famous russian musician Alexei Borisov and tracks on different compilations.
Act II is the first album recorded as a duo. More than 1,5 years were spent perfecting the final result. This is the concert record on 2009, July 7th at legendary Saint-Petersburg place - Experimental Sound Gallery-21.

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Artist/Composer: Ilia Belorukov & Mikhail Ershov
Keywords: noise; improv; electroacoustic

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